Friday, September 30, 2016
corn kernels and dollar bills

Despite the stories, almost all Americans, 998 out of every 1,000 in fact, never pay one penny of estate taxes.
monarch butterfly

Do your part to help monarch butterflies flourish.
sun through corn field

The World Ag Supply and Demand report has been released, and just about everything is negative for prices.
Ohio Ag Hall of Fame inductees

No matter what an individual’s skill set is, there is some job within the ag industry that matches it, writes Editor Susan Crowell in her column this week. We need engineers, food scientists, bug fanatics, lawyers, teachers, marketers, policy gurus, even community activists.
pawpaw tree

Learn how to identify pawpaw trees in Ohio, how to pick ripe fruit, as well as instructions for planting a pawpaw patch of your own.
Meeting with Japanese ambassadors

For better or worse, the U.S. farm economy is deeply tied to trade.
1909 International Harvester Auto Wagon

This week is the rest of a list of what I consider to be the 10 most significant new developments in agricultural machinery during the 19th century and the first half of the 20th.
hummingbird moth

When you scan a group of hummingbirds carefully, you might notice that one looks a little different.
red wagon

Age, time, love and use have made it what it is today. Smoother, more worn, but still sturdy and solid.
fishing rod

This is the part of the fishing season when top-water lures reign supreme.
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